N.C. L. Rev.
No. 5 (1999)
Table of Contents--Issue 5North Carolina Law Review
The Islamic Origins of the Common LawJohn A. Makdisi
Is Standing Law Or PoliticsRichard J. Pierce Jr.
The Executive Function Theory, the Hamilton Affair, and Other Constitutional MythologiesJonathan Turley
Alternative Ways Out: A Remedial Road Map for the Use of Alternative Electoral Systems As Voting Rights Act RemediesSteven J. Mulroy
Judicial Review Gone Awry: The Supreme Court Rewrites the NLRB's Unitary Standard in Allentown Mack Sales & Service, Inc. v. NLRBCurtis H. Allen III
Striking an Unequal Balance: The Fourth Circuit Holds That Public School Teachers Do Not Have First Amendment Rights to Set Curricula in Boring v. Buncombe County Board of EducationKara Lynn Grice
Three Strikes Two Bites at the Apple and One Offense: An Examination of Monge v. California and the Double Jeopardy Clause's Inapplicability to Three Strikes LawL. Alison Heller